Alpine Ski Clothing Rentals from jans.com in Park City, Utah

Renting Ski Clothing in Park City, Utah

Weather in the mountains of Park City, Utah, can be downright fickle. Whether you underestimated the temperatures, forgot a key piece of outerwear at home, or simply didn’t know what to expect, we have you covered. Our Park City ski and snowboard clothing rentals feature waterproof and insulated jackets and pants from Marker Apparel. Jackets and pants can be rented separately, or combined as a package. Make sure you head out onto the snow fully prepared for a warm, dry, and fun-filled day of skiing.

Ski Clothing Rentals from jans.com
Ski Clothing Rentals Full
Men's Ski and Snowboard Jacket Rentals $25 / day
Women's Ski and Snowboard Jacket Rentals $25 / day
Men's Ski and Snowboard Pants Rentals $25 / day
Women's Ski and Snowboard Pants Rentals $25 / day

What to Wear For Skiing & Snowboarding

Before heading up on the hill, you’ll want to make sure you’re prepared for Park City, Utah’s mountain weather. To help you be certain you’re ready for long days on the slopes, here is our guide to dressing for skiing and snowboarding in Park City:

  • Warm baselayers made with wicking materials.
    These will ensure that you’re prepared for changing temperatures out on the hill, and help your outerwear work as intended.
  • Waterproof and breathable outerwear.
    Anything you wear under your jacket and pants is made useless unless protected from the elements. Make sure that you’re wearing jackets and pants with at least 10,000 mm / 10,000 G ratings for both waterproofness and breathability.
  • Proper ski/snowboard socks.
    Cold feet will cut your day short in a heartbeat. Make sure that you’re wearing wool or synthetic socks that wick moisture to keep your feet warm and dry. Socks made specifically to fit inside ski and snowboard boots ensure that you maintain proper circulation throughout the day.
  • Goggles.
    While sunglasses will get the job done on warm spring days, ski/snowboard specific goggles are a must during the middle of winter. With UV protection, helmet-integration, and anti-fog technology, goggles these days are incredibly comfortable and highly useful.
  • Waterproof gloves.
    Just like with your feet, cold hands have the power to make for a miserable day on the mountain. Regardless of the temperatures, you’ll want to make sure that you have waterproof and breathable gloves that will keep your hands warm and dry for the whole day.

Check out our online Ski Shop to purchase any clothing or accessories that you may need before your trip. All purchases are available for in-store pickup at the location of your choosing.